Friday Mar 14, 2008

Referencing Multiple Web Services From An Application Client

This Tech Tip describes how to develop an application client that references multiple web services that implement any combination of web services programming models.[Read More]

Thursday Feb 28, 2008

Adding Voice to Java EE With SIP Servlets

This Tech Tip covers some of the basic concepts underlying Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and SIP servlets. It also presents a sample application that uses SIP servlets and HTTP servlets to provide Voice-over-IP (VoIP) phone service.[Read More]

Friday Feb 15, 2008

Extended Persistence Context in Stateful Session Beans

This Tech Tip illustrates an application that uses a stateful session bean and an entity manager with an extended persistence context. [Read More]

Monday Feb 04, 2008

Student Developers

Where can you find hot technologies, open-source communities, and job opportunities? Sun is looking for students who are ready to innovate and create the future. For more information see the Student Developers Page

Tuesday Jan 29, 2008

Building Kerberos-Based Secure Services Using Metro

This Tech Tip shows how to build secure web services and clients using the Kerberos support in Metro. [Read More]

Friday Jan 18, 2008

Using JAX-WS with Maven

This tip demonstrates how to use the JAX-WS Maven plugin to develop web services.[Read More]

Thursday Dec 20, 2007

Tech Tips Quiz

Over the years, the Enterprise Java Technologies Tech Tips have covered a wide variety of enterprise Java technology topics. Here's a short quiz that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. You can find the answers at the end of the quiz.[Read More]

Friday Nov 30, 2007

Using SSL with GlassFish v2

This tip will show you how to enable the GlassFish v2 application server as an Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) server.[Read More]

Friday Nov 16, 2007

Implementing RESTful Web Services in Java

This Tech Tip shows you how to write RESTful web services in Java that conform to the JAX-RS: Java API for RESTful Web Services (JSR-311) specification and its reference implementation - Jersey. [Read More]

Tuesday Oct 30, 2007

2008 JavaOne Conference Call for Papers

The 2008 JavaOne Conference call for papers is open. Submit your proposal today. The deadline is November 16, 2007. Get more information here.

Friday Oct 26, 2007

Testing Interoperability Between Metro and .NET

Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT) is an implementation of open web services technologies that enables interoperability between Java EE and .NET. WSIT along with Java API for XML-Based Services (JAX-WS) comprise the stack of web services technologies in GlassFish v2. The web services stack in GlassFish v2 is called Project Metro or Metro for short. In this tip, you'll build and run an interoperability test in which a Metro-based client communicates with a .NET Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)-based service.[Read More]

Client-Side Polling With Dynamic Faces

The Dynamic Faces framework brings the power of Ajax to traditional JavaServer Faces Technology (often abbreviated as JSF) applications. With Dynamic Faces, you can add Ajax functionality to a JSF application with little or no JavaScript. This tip will show you how you can use Dynamic Faces to build a real-time, stock query application that does client-side polling. [Read More]

Monday Oct 01, 2007

Improving JSF Security Configuration With Secured Managed Beans

Java EE allows you to protect web resources through declarative security, but this approach does not allow you to protect local beans used by servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSPs). This tip will show you a way to extend JSF security configuration beyond web pages using managed bean methods.[Read More]

Using Type Substitution with Web Services

This tip will show you how to develop a simple web service that uses type substitution, as well as a client that consumes the web service. You'll see how to build the web service from a Java class and from a WSDL file.[Read More]

Friday Aug 24, 2007

Supporting Tokens and Issued Token Delegation in WSIT

This tip shows you how to use supporting tokens with sender-vouches SAML assertions and how to use Security Token Service(STS)-issued tokens. In combination, supporting tokens with sender-vouches SAML assertions and STS-issued tokens can be used to issue a token from an STS and delegate it to a user who is different than the web service client. [Read More]



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